Property Tax Regulations for 2013
The following tax-related regulations were filed to facilitate the administration of the property tax system for the 2013 tax year.
Stewardship - Leadership - Accountability. Managing Ontario's Water Resources for Future Generations
On August 5, 2009, the ministries of the Environment and Natural Resources posted a Proposal Notice on the EBR to seek public input on the development of Ontario water conservation and efficiency goals and objectives, as committed to under the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin Sustainable Water Resources Agreement (Agreement). Based on consultation and comments received, Ontario is adopting the Basin-wide water conservation goals and objectives.
Seeking Feedback on Municipal Rental Replacement By-Laws
Bill 23, the More Homes Built Faster Act, 2022 was passed by the Legislature and received Royal Assent on November 28, 2022. We have extended the deadline of this posting to enable your feedback to continue to be submitted so that it can help inform the implementation of this proposal as well as future initiatives. You may also want to consider submitting comments on other related postings and/or providing your comments directly to the Ministry at Cristina.Dasilva@ontario.ca. The government is exploring any and all ways to increase housing supply to reach its goal of building 1.5 million homes over the next ten years.
Pension Benefits Act: Proposed Regulation Respecting Letters of Credit
The amending regulation would implement the 2012 Budget commitment to provide regulations that would enable s.55.2 of the PBA and permit employers to use irrevocable letters of credit from a financial institution to cover as much as 15 per cent of a pension plan's solvency liabilities.
Proposal for amendments to General Regulation (O.Reg.45/11) under the Mining Act
The purpose of this Regulation Proposal Notice is to advise the public that the province is proposing to amend O. Reg. 45/11 under the Mining Act for General Regulations to add criteria for Sites of Aboriginal Cultural Significances, designate the Mining Act Awareness Program for prospectors and other administrative provisions
Proposed Regulation Amendments to Professional Development for Land Surveyors
Under the Surveyors Act, the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors (AOLS) is proposing changes to Regulation 1026 under the Surveyors Act, which if passed, will require mandatory reporting, establish a minimum acceptable level of continuing education by members of the Association and provide flexibility to the Academic and Experience Requirements Committee of the AOLS to waive a term of articles for professional surveyors with equivalent experience.